"Many of my patients have used the HypnoBirthing Method—results: little or no medication and yet, a more comfortable mother." —Gerald A. Hamilton, M.D.
"My parents saw the video of my birthing, and they couldn't even believe that I was in labor." —Cathy Stearns, HypnoBirthing mother
"HypnoBirthing [is] a trademarked curriculum that trains expectant moms in visualization, relaxation and self-hypnosis techniques, which are then used in lieu of drugs. Some studies indicate that hypnosis can cut down on pain and complications and possibly even shorten labor..." —Newsweek
"HypnoBirthing can help alleviate anxiety during childbirth. It also may shorten labor significantly: when your uterus is relaxed, it can perform more efficiently…"—Parents.com
"I didn't think this would work, even after I took the course, but it really did! It's amazing. .. With this [HypnoBirthing] birth, I kept thinking I wasn't really in labor because I kept waiting for the pain to start, and it never did. Instead it was a wonderful experience. I chose to have my daughter in the hospital with a doula to help me, and it was very natural, very peaceful; a beautiful experience. I felt the baby just dropped out of me and you can tell. She's a really calm, happy baby, one who nurses well."—Spirit of Change.com
"I've been delivering babies for 20 years, and I've never seen anything like this method. It's incredible!" —Robert J. Zahn, M.D.
"One of the beauties of hypnosis is that it's easy to teach, it can often work quickly and, for most people, it is a positive addition to their treatment."—Ran D. Anbar, M.D., Upstate Medical University, SUNY-Syracuse
"This is magnificent! I'll get up in the middle of the night for this kind of delivery any day of the week." —Wayne L. Goldner, M.D.
"What HypnoBirthing gave me was a greater sense of my inner strength, and it empowered me through my labor." —Better Homes & Gardens